February 28, 2012
iPad 3: Wait Or Upgrade?

Over the past five years, Apple has cultivated a brand where people have no sooner got their hands on the newest models then they are speculating about the next release. The iPad 2 is barely a year old and websites are already teeming with rumors about the launch of the iPad 3, with a release expected later this year. Many experts are predicting a new retina display, improved camera size and a further iOS update. Siri, the voice-activated personal assistant which debuted on the iPhone 4S, is also expected to grace the new iPad. The probability of the iPad 3 having a Quad-Core processor is high, with other rumors including a storage upgrade; previous iPad models have had the familiar 16/32/64GB storage options, but rumors of a 128GB option are abound.

For existing owners of Apple products, if the temptation of more storage capacity is tempting you to splash out on a brand new iPad despite the hundreds of dollars price tag, being tech-savvy and updating existing products could give many of the same benefits for a much smaller cost.

Data Memory Systems are a premier supplier of Apple and PC memory solutions and have a huge range of Apple memory upgrades to suit everything from Macbooks to iMacs. Their experience in providing reliable, inexpensive and high-quality memory solutions means that desktop computers or laptops can benefit from a much longer life if the only thing causing you to consider an upgrade is a need for more memory. Spending as little as $20 on a new memory upgrade means you don't need to fork out huge sums for a new tablet which will be redundant in a year or two.

Apple Mac Minis have proven themselves a huge seller for Apple; however, as they were initially intended to be an affordable entry-level computer, they often have less memory and storage than a desktop computer might. The range is extensive, with upgrades available for many existing models of Mac Mini from the basic 1.5GHz models to the more recent i7 Quad-Core models with Lion server capabilities. Rather than ditching the Mac Mini in favor of an iPad, a Mac memory upgrade is a much more cost-effective solution. Prices start at just $9.00, going up to $49.00 for an 8GB upgrade; still much more budget-friendly than purchasing a new tablet.

Data Memory Systems also offer a great selection of Macbook memory, with a huge variety of options to choose from. 18 different types of Macbooks are catered for, with 1GB and 2GB upgrades available for all of them and up to 8GB for newer models. It's strongly advised, for those who purchase such Apple memory upgrades, that the two sockets are upgraded with equal amounts of RAM, to take advantage of the dual-channel memory architecture offered by these systems. Prices start at just $12.50 for a 1GB eRAM upgrade.

To browse the whole range of Data Memory Systems hard drives and to buy online, visit http://www.datamemorysystems.com

About Data Memory Systems: The Data Memory Systems' team wants to provide the best possible quality PC memory and Apple memory at the lowest prices. They offer great service and value for your money. Whether you have a Dell, HP, Sony, IBM or Apple Mac system, they have the compatible memory for your device.

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